Science Ministry opens up security classes to specialists

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Science Ministry opens up security classes to specialists

The Ministry of Science, ICT and Future Planning yesterday started recruiting local information security specialists at private and public companies for its free cybersecurity training program, in which about 200 trainees spend 100 hours at top-tier security companies such as AhnLab and another 100 hours at Korea Internet Security Agency (KISA).

The curriculum teaches security in diverse areas such as software, web, networks and cyberattacks.

Applications can be submitted on the KISA website by May 12.

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